Invivox has figured out some of the challenges the industry is facing and has worked hard to position themselves to deliver the best product to solve this need. “The most interesting challenge is to demonstrate that continuous medical training is yet a Peer to Peer based relationship. Physicians prefer traveling to an expert over using a video broadcast or live streaming. Our solution puts human intelligence first, not AI. We meet the real needs of the physicians, not the fantasy of investors. Human Intelligence is what makes an efficient training” says Julien
Last year, Invivox received a seed round of 1. 5 million in March 2016 and just this year Invivox was given the Franco-American Entrepreneur of the Year award in June 2017. They have formed partnerships with Columbia hospital in New York City and 10 medical device manufactures.
In September, Julien spoke at the Credit Agricole-Creadev conference in New York and the Alumin of Essec MBA as a guest speaker. As CEO of Invivox, Julien has achieved some remarkable milestones since launching the company in 2015. The Health IT Connections Program is excited to have him as part of our recent cohort. “I’m thrilled about this program and I’m interested in making connections with medical institutions like hospitals and clinics. Medical associations are also connections we are looking to make with the assistance of the program” says, Julien.
Learn more by checking out Invivox success story: https://youtu.be/s6HL4dur8Sw